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Travel Blogs from Pitres
... to a point slightly higher than our cairn some distance away. To get there, we'd have to spend a considerable length of time contending with ground like that we've just ascended - and possibly worse as there's another tower of rock in between which would have to be climbed or outflanked or something. But this spot is good enough. And the mountain had better have a new name instead of just being "Peak 2" - "Malas Escaleras" (meaning "bad steps") seems very appropriate!
... one of the early King Carlos's (there are a lot of them, I can't remember) wanted to move the capital of Spain to Granada, and as a result la Catedral de Granada was built. The Cathedral of Granada literally takes up an entire city block. We only saw the outside, but the inside has been converted to a museum. There are statues to represent the four archangels, and one to represent the fallen angel. Isabella la Catolica and Ferdinand are entombed inside, in ...
... and it felt so good. I can't even imagine what life will be like after May, but that's something we don't talk about. Spending time with Krysta and her mom were great. We lost track of time and stayed out until almost 1:30 talking and eating gelato.
The next morning, we had a really late start. We woke up around 10 and made it out of the hotel by 11:15. We headed straight to Cafe Bella to get a coffee and then I showed my mom where I go to ...
... avg €2, so we did not break the bank. I managed two servings of Kidneys, a true delicacy; Leoni didn't think so! We also had some squid which Leoni described as "to die for" happy to say we did not have to! Although the conversation was limited, as the bar staff could not speak much English and we could speak even less Spanish; we were welcomed into the place and included in the bar conversations with both staff and customers alike taking the time to ...
... nurse Adrian). Want to know the Spanish word for crutches? Muletas. Non stick gauze bandages? Anteadherente gasa vendas. Celebrex? Celebrex – that one was easy.
The town is teeming with university students. Students holding notebooks are rushing to and from class. Professors are sitting in cafes going over lecture notes. Many of the students are English speaking as Granada is one of the more popular universities for international students. The campus ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking